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, who now stand accused of murdering his supermodel government. that evidence includes steroids, alcohol, and a bloody cricket bat. prosecutors say the south frequently sprinter shot his girlfriend, riva, four times last week on valentine. the double amputee leapt in court. now new clues. a source says police found steroids in the printer's homes, steroids and signs of heavy drinking, and another newspaper reports a blood-soaked cricket bat is the critical piece of evidence. their girlfriend's skull was also crashed. cricket bats are heavier than and wider than baseball bats. let's get the coverage on this now. an attorney is here to talk about it. first, let's get to jonathan hunt. jonathan, police made it very clear fromle almost the get-go they're very confident in this game. >> they never bought the self-defense their rhythm have shot it down at every turn. they're looking at the cricket back which was covered in blood. questions, though, was it the blood of riva steep -- steenkamp or the blood of oscar pistorius. did she use it to defend herself or did he use it to attack her, and t
as the u.n. likes to call them against the north korean government. >> shep: jonathan, how much closer do they say this activity brings north korea to potentially at least hitting the united states? >> reporter: you remember the rocket launch of north koreans carried out last december. that showed in theory according to the experts that they do have a long-range missile capable of reaching parts of the united states including alaska and hawaii. but the big question here is getting a nuclear weapon small enough that you can mount it on the warhead of such a long-range missile. most experts will tell you the north koreans are at least three years away from being able to master that technology. of course, it's not just about hitting the united states directly. there is also the fear they might share what nuclear technology they have with the likes of iran and two things here. iran would obviously only need to hit israel to spark world war three. north koreans would only need to send a nuclear tipped missile as far as japan if they wanted to spark a major international crisis. >> shep: jonath
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governor also sent letters to fannie mae and freddie mac. why did he do that? >> the government, as you know, backs most of the mortgages in the country. freddy and nanny are in charge -- freddie and fannie are in charge of these loans. fema is the slowest. private insurers have done a far better job. >> shepard: all right. gerri willis in new york. we'll watch for you this afternoon. 5:00 eastern time on the willis report. we could know who will be the next pope in a little more than a month or so. whoever gets the nod will lead the church through very difficult and confusing times. we'll look at what's ahead for catholics around the world that's next as "studio b" reports live from rome. >> shepard: 41 minutes past 9 p.m. here in rome. the vatican behind me, and there pope benedict's final public mass is now in the books. thousands of worshipers packed st. peter's basilica for the ash wednesday service, marking the start of lent. the retiring 85-year-old rode down the aisle in a wheeled platform, sparing him from having to walk. it's not easy for him these days. the pope made his exit
question to ask but it'snlikely the government is going to stop this. this merge is more like united, continental, which under the observe administration was approved as well as delta northwest. they didn't create the monopoly markets peoplefeared -- >> my wife turned to me and says what's going to happen to our frequent flyer miles. i said probably nothing because they'd be hit with a myriad of lawsuits. >> exactly. you wouldn't want to kill the goose. those frequent flyer programs are the golden egg for airlines. actually, good news for consumers. on one hand you might pay more but say you have some miles with american and some with u.s. airways. they're going to put them together and you might have enough for a free trip. certainly these are airlines that are consolidating, less competition and might not have to compete for business. don't are surprised if it gets harder to get the free seat. >> what is interesting is if you look at a map, there's little overlap these two networks. could that mean customers to are tied to one airline,and a lot of peopl are, will enjoy expanded rou
of a government-insured reverse mortgage. it will eliminate your monthly mortgage payments and give you tax-free cash from the equity in your home. and here's the best part -- you still own your home. take control of your retirement today. ♪ ♪ fox urgent. new details on the corruption charges against jess jackson junior. prosecutors were expected to file paperwork about the plea deal 20 minutes ago. it hasn't happened yet but when it's filed, jackson will plead guilty to several charge including conspiracy and fraud. prosecutors said he legally spent $750,000 of campaign contribution to say live a lavish lifestyle, home renovations, fur coats and a rolex watch. jackson junior resigned his seat as an illinois congressman after reelection in november. prior to the election he took a six month leave of absence. he was undergoing intensive treatment for by polar disorder. it's breaking details. molly, what kind of punishment could he face? >> we believe several years in prison, a fine, repayment of the illegally spent money. it's up to the judge to decide and we're waiting to see what the p
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